Monthly Archives: March 2016

Short And Sweet. Mini Strawberry Shortcake Shooters.

I served these cute Mini Strawberry Shortcake Shooters yesterday as part of a dessert buffet. They are super easy to make and fun to eat with little disposable spoons you can pick up at a party themed shop. By the … Continue reading

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The Mindy Burger AKA Sriracha Cheeseburger. New Music From Francis.

There are plenty of reasons to love Mindy Kaling, the talented actress-writer, but her invention of this Sriracha Cheeseburger is waaaay high on the list. Ms. Kaling says of the burger recipe: “Spicy and cheesy, it reflects my own personality”. … Continue reading

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Lamb, Black Pudding And Mustard Hotpot. New Music From Star Parks.

If you are looking for something to make on St. Patrick’s Day that is not corned beef, try this Lamb, Black Pudding And Mustard Hotpot. It combines traditional Irish ingredients in a warming dish full of rich flavor. The black … Continue reading

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Sticky Toffee Pudding With Caramel Sauce. New Music From Moniker.

Mmmmm. Sticky Toffee Pudding. It’s one of my favorite desserts and this version is absolutely fabulous. Store-bought caramel simplifies an already super easy recipe. Warm with sweet, treacly flavors, STP is always a hit. Sticky Toffee Pudding With Caramel Sauce … Continue reading

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Pasta With Roasted Cherry Tomatoes And Burrata. New Music From Darla And The Blonde.

I don’t know, friends. I’m not sure I am ever going to figure out a way to effectively cope when my children leave. My daughter drove off an hour ago. She’s headed back to the last leg of her first … Continue reading

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Saffron Mussels With Orzo And Tomatoes. New Music From Kennan Moving Company.

This recipe for Saffron Mussels With Orzo And Tomatoes is really easy, too. In less than 30 minutes you can have an elegant bowl of mussels delicately flavored with saffron and dill, The addition of crème fraîche thickens the broth … Continue reading

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Best Ever Banoffee Pie. Listening To Hamish James Hawk.

THIS video. How on earth did the Duck Army vine not get on my radar until now?? I have been laughing myself silly since yesterday. There are lots more versions out there, too, but this is my favorite. Here is … Continue reading

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Wasabi-Sesame Party Nuts. Listening To Mt. Doubt.

A fun spin on spiced nuts is this recipe for Wasabi-Sesame Party Nuts. Just bake them in a hoisin glaze then roll in crushed wasabi peas and sesame seeds. Spicy and sweet, they are perfect for cocktail hour. Wasabi-Sesame Party … Continue reading

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Korean Beef Tacos. New Music From WE-ARE-Z.

Colorful? check. Sweet and spicy? check.check. Different, delicious and dinner-worthy? check. check. check. Tender strips of marinated beef, crunchy pear-kimchi and a creamy hot sauce make these fusion tacos a standout dish. Korean Beef Tacos Ingredients: 3 tablespoons soy sauce … Continue reading

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Short And Sweet. Baklava Tartlets.

Sorry you selfie stick friends, but this is hilarious to me. When you want the special honey wild taste of baklava but aren’t in the mood for a romp with phyllo sheets, these little tartlets are just the thing. Purchased … Continue reading

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